JetBlue Keeping Its Headquarters In Long Island CityJetBlue was founded in New York City in 1998 and bills itself as "New York's hometown airline."
New York City Skyscrapers Going To High-Tech Lengths To Reduce Carbon EmissionsThey're lowering carbon emissions, while saving money in the process. 
Caught On Video: Car Fire Creates Huge Clouds Of Smoke In QueensOfficials say the fire spread to three cars, and they were able to get it all under control in about 20 minutes.
Suspect In Custody After Allegedly Stabbing Man In Chest On Subway In QueensIt happened on board a Manhattan-bound F train at the 21st Street-Queensbridge station in Long Island City.
NYPD: Suspect At Large After Shoving Asian Man Onto Subway Tracks In QueensPolice said witnesses heard the suspect say something to the victim before shoving him onto the tracks. 
3 Killed After Car Speeds Past Dead End Sign, Plunges Into Newtown Creek In Long Island CityWitnesses told CBS2 the driver was speeding down Borden Avenue in Long Island City and the car appeared to accelerate as it barreled past a dead end sign.
Road To Reopening: Busy Rehearsal Studios Offer A Sign Of Hope As NYC Artists Prepare To Return To The Stage"It's cool to see the spaces fill up, to call a studio and be like, 'Hey, do you have space?' 'Oh, we're booked.' 'I wish you weren't booked, but I'm so happy you're booked,'" one artist said.
Man Arrested After Allegedly Using Anti-Asian Slurs, Harassing Undercover Officer In QueensPolice say it happened around 5:30 p.m. Saturday at the Dutch Kills subway station in Long Island City.
JetBlue Considering Whether To Move NYC Headquarters To FloridaSenate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer called JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes and urged him to reconsider leaving the city.
NYPD: Shoplifting Suspects Seen On Video Stealing Nearly $8,000 In Merchandise From BJ's StoreSurveillance video shows them loading up two carts, while the man talks on a cellphone. Eventually, they slip out an emergency exit.
Dozens Of Cars Damaged In Massive Water Main Break That Flooded Several Blocks In Long Island City, QueensRoadways were flooded under three feet of water near 41st Avenue and Vernon Boulevard around 4 a.m. Thursday.